. Enkey, IMHO - I think you are good. I appreciate your contribution, even your resulting assessment. Hahaha, - No blame, its all good. It is a really good example of how hypotheses testing works in this environment. Here, negative is a good thing “kind of how it works” and compounds the data and intelligence needed to isolate the real problems and improve the base product. It often takes a lot of neg-hypotheses to get to the positive ones that improve things. Thing is, we need a whole bunch of that neg-result testing to get to the important points. Haha, our ego to be right all the time is both +/-. The compounding process is the method and it can be an ugly business when mixed with the necessary energy egos generate. It is a vetting process of elimination to continually stratify the problematic from the non-problematic. Over time this can simplify the problem-solving methodology. In a global, multi-national community / “environment” there are bound to be interpretations of communication in the technical, cultural, communication style and translations. To function in said environment an underlying thought is to focus on the process and to not make it personal. There will always be implied issues between people and their communication and that too should be inclusive to the vetting process. The friction can burn away the chaff and uncover the all-important-seeds of reality / truth. What is important is you spoke-up, contributed with a great attitude, folks collaborated with you, a process of elimination was conducted and documented, and the community will have a greater cumulative understanding going forward. Hahaha, at least I like it. I think all of it is, “a good thing” BTY, I thought I had found an issue too, even did a vid of what I thought I figured out. hahah I was ready to kick some ghost in the “jimmys.” Haha, the “ghost” turned out to be my own dumb-ass-shadow. Funny as hell, “happens all the time”.